Question about Televison & Video
In a large number of failures with these symptoms it's usually the HOT (horiz. output trans. Q522, which is a 2sd2499) and the regulator (Str30134), together with fuse F902 (Gma 1.25a). Not an expensive repair or that complicated if you're fairly good with electronics and know how to solder correctly. Otherwise take it in and have it repaired professionally - it's worth it...
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
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